I thought I knew about them all, but no, I just found another one: Pawn.
Pawn is C-like language intended as an embeddable scripting language for writing extensions for your C code. Not that we need yet another one.
I’ve only skimmed the website, but it looks fairly interesting. It’s being maintained, it comes with zlib license (i.e. open-source and can be used in commercial apps), compiles to p-code (i.e. virtual machine), has interpreter for p-code, optimized interpreter written in assembly as well as JIT interpreter. It works under Windows and Unix. I would check it out (as an alternative to lua or python) if I was writing an app that needs an embeddable scripting language.
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